Tuesday, 15 October 2013

Must-Prepare Topics for Novel


TOM JONES (1749) by HENRY FIELDING (1707-1754)


1.  A Social Document / A Picaresque Novel
2.   Character Sketch Of Tom Jones
3.   Plot Construction
4.   A Comic Epic In Prose / Humorous Elements
5.   Fielding's Concept Of Morality
6.   Characterization
7.   Realism
8.   Henry Fielding, A Novelist

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (1813) by JANE AUSTEN (1775-1817)


1.   Theme Of Marriage And Love
2.   Character Sketches Of Elizabeth And Darcy
3.   Jane Austen's Limited World
4.   Plot Construction
5.   Title Of The Novel
6.   Irony
7.   Jane Austen, A Novelist

GREAT EXPECTATIONS (1861) by CHARLES DICKENS (1812-1870)


1.   Elements Of Pathos And Melodrama
2.   Characterization
3.   Dickens’s Humor
4.   Portrayal Of Pip / Pip's Moral Development
5.   Corrupting Influence Of Money
6.   Charles Dickens, A Novelist
         

MIDDLE MARCH (1871) by GEORGE ELIOT (1819-1880)


1.  A Social Document/ A Landscape Of Opinion
2.   Title Of The Novel
3.   Various Themes In The Novel
4.   Plot Construction
5.   George Eliot, A Novelist
6.   An Assessment Of Victorian Novel
           

THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE (1878) by THOMAS HARDY (1840-1928)


1.  The Role Of Egdon Heath / Tragic Background Of The Novel
2.   Eustacia Vye, A Tragic Heroine
3.   Role Of Chance And Fate / Hardy's Philosophy Of Life
4.   Thomas Hardy, A Novelist
           

A PASSAGE TO INDIA (1924) by E.M.FORSTER (1879-1970)


1.   Plot Construction
2.   Title Of The Novel
3.   Dr. Aziz, A Representative Of Indian Sentiments
4.   British-Indian Relationship/ Theme Of Separation/ Personal Relationship
5.   Symbolism

TO THE LIGHT HOUSE (1927) by VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941)


1.  Symbolism
2.   A Character Sketch Of Mrs. Ramsay
3.   Role Of Lily Briscoe
4.   Stream Of Consciousness Technique
5.   The Art Of Virginia Wolf / As A Novelist

LORD OF THE FLIES (1954) by WILLIAM GOLDING (1911-1993)


1.  Symbolism
2.   Theme Of Good And Evil / Jack Vs Ralph
3.   Elements Of Pathos And Tragedy


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